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. forecasters saying beryl will hit the united states late tonight. it is centered 85 miles east of jacksonville, florida right now. tropical storm warnings now in effect for the entire georgia coastline as well as parts of florida and south carolina. people there bracing for heavy rain, wind and the threat of very severe flooding. also the storm system ruining memorial day weekend plans. shoreline campers sent packing heading inland. several events in florida including a memorial day day jazz festival canceled ahead of the storm. winds knocking down tree limbs and power lines in coastal georgia leaving hundreds without electricity at this hour and this is all before beryl has made a grand entrance. we have team fox coverage tonight. rick reichmuth from the extreme weather center but let's start with elizabeth prann from the beach in florida. >> these are by far the worst conditions we have seen yet today. the winds picking up quickly and rain coming down. gusts between 30 and 40 miles per hour on the beach. the storm has not even made landfall yet. still another three hours away at the least. a
try to re-enter the united states after they've already been deported according to the statistics released by the department of homeland security and now reports of trying to cut down on that number through a controversial program that has some immigrants rights advocates very upset saying the tactics put people in danger and casey stegall in our los angeles bureau. >> yeah, harris, good evening, the tucson arizona border patrol sector has gone through the repatriation, instead of turning them back to the original point of entrance, they're put on buses to neighboring california and texas and once arrived, processed aen then deported. and agents say one of the overall goals is cut off supply to the coyotes who are very active and particularly aggressive along the arizona-mexico border. >> these sluggers in arizona are taking the people through some of the worst terrain you can imagine and they don't care about them and that's the hard truth. >> it also reduces recitivism rates according to the department of homeland security, an illegal immigrant is 14% likely to try crossing the
yesterday is the united states likely to get more involved in syria? >> it is not clear from simply having this meeting although obviously it is unusual to have it on a sunday. the british and french wanted to try a stronger press statement. the russians and chinese objected and that is why the discussion went on for as long as it did. this statement certainly condemns the shelling by the syrian government but doesn't condemn the execution style killing of dozens of those casualties that you referred to because the syrian government accuses of opposition of having done that. the russians carrying water for the syrian government basically made sure the statement was ambiguous on that point. it is not at all clear whether the council is going to do more than condemn the violence as it has done many times before. >> senator john mccain of arizona with strong criticism today for the obama administration not doing more say even a year ago. what more could have been done? is it too late at this point? >> i think certainly by relying on the u.n. and relying on the mediation efforts of former u.n.
with a fox weather alert. tropical storm beryl intensifying. beryl will hit the united states late tonight. it is east of jacksonville florida right now. tropical storm warnings now in if he could for the georgia coastline as well as sparts par florida. bracing for heavy wind in a very severe way. the storm system as you might image shoreline campers sent packing heading inland. memorial day jazz fest i68 canceled ahead of the storm. winds knocking down tree winds in coastal georgia leaving hundreds there without electricity. this is all before beryl has made a grarned entrance. we have fox coverage tonight. liz get is there. >>> oo winds are picking up quickly. 40 miles an hour on the beach. they have not made land fall. they are still another 3 hours away at that time. the wined should be double what they are right now. we also can expect 3-6 inches of rain. we heard from the mayor at a press conference. folks anywhere outside of the home that are not where they are supposed to be they need to hunker down the worst of the storm is yet to come. >> i was reading earlier they had rescues th
to the day when his country is no longer a burden to the international community and the united states. he made that comment after a one-on-one meeting before the summit kicked off today and seems to suggest that karzai realizes support for the war here in the united states and other parts of the world is waning. he also thanks the american taxpayers for their support in fighting the taliban and keeping his country going. keep in mind, since 2001, the u.s. has spent more than 500 billion dollars in afghanistan and analysts say tens of billions have been lost due to waste and fraud. and hundreds of billions of dollars, and lost to corruption. all of this as thousands of people take to the streets of chicago right now. a live look. they are protesting, among other things, they say, america's continued involvement in afghanistan and we're getting word, police have clashed with some protesters a short while ago and police say they arrested two additional people accused of plotting to disrupt the n.a.t.o. meeting. those are not connected to the other three men taken into custody last week. we'v
for a second term as president of the united states. >>reporter: meanwhile the republican national committee responding quickly releasing this video. >> are we satisfied? no. of course not. >>reporter: romney campaign also reacting saying quote no matter how many lofty campaign speeches president obama gives the fact remains american families are struggling on his watch to pay their bills, find a job and keep their homes end quote. we have complete coverage tonight. molly live in washington with more on that republican reaction. let's begin though with chief white house correspondent henry who is following the president today live in richmond, virginia ed what kind of pitch is the president making? >> well good to see you. he's really trying to make this back to the future 2008 when he had the magic touch the. he had the first lady out here with him. she was base chicago saying fired up ready to go the same old slogan from 08 also being on 2 college campuses here at bcu earlier as you said ohio state getting the youth vote out critical in 08 and critical again in 2012 and the presiden
to have ended with his arrival in the united states, tonight. harris. >> harris: doug, thank you very much. the n.a.a.c.p. throwing its support behind marriage equality, same sex marriage and they say, we support marriage equality consistent with equal protection builds the law provided under the 14th amendment of the u.s. constitution and, further, we affirm the religious freedoms of all people as protected by the first amendment. after joe biden supported it, president obama said, a pair chais phrase, his opinion changed to supporting it and mitt romney said he believes marriage is between one man and one woman. >>> now a frantic search after a boat crash on the mississippi river. a dozen people go into the water. four are still missing. why the timing of this accident could not have been worse. all three major weather developments we're watching, right now. raging wildfires across the west, this is the situation that has really grown in just though last 36 hours or so. a tropical storm, our first of the season, it doesn't officially start until days from now forming on the east and the
the brink of starvation. it appears the united states and others will not send aid because they continue to build rockets and work toward tests of nuclear weapons. we told they have had little rain in more than a month and it could be the worst drought in decades. the of in 1990 the famine killed hundreds of thousands of people. the u.s. has supplied aid in the past. as you recall, north korea last month attempt today launch a new rocket. it paled, blew up after liftoff and crashed into the sea. recent satellite images have shown a lot of work at what is believed to be north korean nuclear testing sites. >>> well, you think unpacking after a trip is tough, try doing it in zero gravity, 250 miles above the earth. astronauts on the international space stationed to beginning to unload cargo from the space x dragon capsule. that's the first privately-owned craft to ever dock with the space station. we are told up loading or unloading should take 25 hours. and check out these new pictures from aboard the iss. this is the picture of an astronaut. he took it over or of the sunrise over the sout
north koreans to the brink of starvation. it appears the united states and south korea will not be sending any food aid because the communist regime continues to build rockets and work towards tests of nuclear weapons. we are told that north korea has had little rain for more than a month and that it could be the worst drought in three deck case. in the 1990s the famine killed hundreds of thousands of people. the u.s. has supplied aid in the past. as you recall, north korea last month attempted to launch a new rocket. it failed. blew up after liftoff and crashed into the sea. recent satellite images have also shown a lot of the work at what's believed to be north korean nuclear testing sites. well, you think unpacking after a trip is tough? try doing it in zero gravity 250 miles above the earth. astronauts on the international space station today beginning to unload cargo from the space x dragon capsule first privately owned craft to dock with the uss. it arrived friday with a half ton of food clothing and scientific splice. we're told uploading or unloading should take
for the united states going forward? connell powell on the ground from afghanistan's capital city how. >> and the death is a real blow to the overall peace process here in afghanistan. and ramney was a former taliban minister when the taliban were in power in f afghanistan. he was a senator, he's a member of a council and somebody who has president karzai's ear because of his longstanding relationship with the old regime and the taliban power base that is in pakistan. he knows, all of the former taliban leaders, who are now waging this war from pakistan. so, he's somebody who had credible with both sides. but, today he was gunned down outside his house here in central kabul. now, the taliban have actually denied responsibility for the attack. and, but in the past, they have said that members of the high peace council are legitimate council, and it's believed they killed another member of the high peace council last september. so suspicion remains and they were behind the attack. the bigger question, what will this do to the overall peace process. and ram manny was somebody who had cre
the united states track down osama bin laden. a quick recap. he was set to be running a fake vaccination program and collected dna information from the bin laden family. and that was given to the cia. sentenced him to 33 years in prison and in our response our congress voted to cut off aid to that country. the u.s. took steps to protect the doctor before his arrest. and because we weren't so many say it will be hard to recruit foreign assets because no one wants to end up in ai prison. they are critical in the cold war and to get in the small net works on the war on terror. why would anybody cooperate with us if they think they end up like this guy. >> is prosecuting this man and not those who help tod hide bin laden. senator finestein said the treatment of the doctor by makes me wonder which side of the war . >> we are both fighting al-qaida and had this happened with england, france or israel or with yemen f. he had got an empty terrorist and sent in the drones, they would not have reacted that way. >> the senate voted to with hold 33 million in aid a million for every year of the doct
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